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Ramirez Family Foundation

about the school

The school serves students that need to learn in small classrooms (no more than 15 students). Most of them have been diagnosed with ADD, ADHD, Asperger, Autism (high functioning), or have some type of learning disability that requires a small group setting. The school strives to maintain the lowest tuition fees possible, in order to accommodate and serve families with limited income. In 2017, the Island of Puerto Rico got hit by hurricane Maria which brought a lot of destruction affecting the school and students. They lost several classrooms and equipment.


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94% of our students stay with us for their entire journey

Ramirez's help rebuild the school

In April 2018, Gus and Becky Ramirez visited with a team and the leaders of the school were able to share with them God’s vision to the community and all the miracles that he has done for them and for the students. The church serves all its members and visitors, their families, the surrounding communities, in addition to supporting two missionaries in Nepal, one in India, and a homeless ministry. Thanks to the church members, school parents and the Ramirez family ,they were able to keep going and rebuild the school.